Vaultize, a Pune, India-based provider of enterprise file sharing and sync (EFSS) and mobility solutions, raised an undisclosed round of funding.
Tata Capital Innovations Fund has invested in the company.
The company intends to use the capital to scale up its commercialization strategy, including global expansion, with plans to establish operations in the US and Europe in conjunction with channel partners, build its sales, marketing and engineering teams, and to enhance its global partner program.
Led by Anand Kekre, CEO and Co-founder, Vaultize provides a unified platform for file sharing, sync, endpoint backup, endpoint encryption, anywhere/anytime access to data on corporate file servers and enterprise mobility.
Through the company’s endpoint encryption, sensitive corporate information remains encrypted on endpoints ensuring protection against unauthorized access and potential data leakage from lost or stolen device. In addition to on-disk protection, Vaultize’s patent pending encryption technology used in file sharing and backup ensures that the data is encrypted or decrypted only on endpoints – guaranteeing end-to-end protection.